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Press. ' larco Free X M I. H. JTJJI1TA.N, "Prove All Things 1 Hold Foat that which la Cood." PROPBIETOB. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " m 1 1 . 15TH YEAK. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888. NUMBER 2G. TO ADVERTISERS. Tbo Freo 1rm KmK,,,!,wI bv (oo, P. jtowoll & Co,, as Ahead ait an Adyci-tlHlmr Medium. Thn well knowu ndvortixliia nooney of Goo.P.llowoH A Co., of Now York City. hnvo IhduoJ nu auuuitl NowHpapur Directory for thirty yoMa or mora, ami uiuhb uuiuiuuu bftVO bOOU gouuruujr rcui'Kiu'-.oti nn aiiuiuruy ag to tlio matttcr of nowHpnpor clrouUtiou. lutuo regular Inmies of tho Directory thoy linvo iuoluilixl all tho nowHpnpors publiHliail in the Uuitoil Suites ami Canada. Quito reooully. bowovor, thoy bavo itumcd a con. nwl list It elves only the beat nownpa pora M ndvcrtirtiug modiums, and lienoo is praotiottllv bettor, boontiHO ruoro couvouiont, thuu thoir larger Dirootory. Four-fifths of ti.n nnwHtiixDora of tho Unitod Htntng nro practically "couutod out" iy iutolliRont ad vortmerfl, who only want to know, tlte best. Houre tho ynluo of the work nudor notioo. Xhe publishers In the profaco woll syt "It siftx tlio wheat from tho clinff. It di roots the attention of an advcrtiHor toward pnpors which ho should nud ought to une, and tends to intercept a portion of thnt pa tronage which goes to publications which oost Rrnatly in oxcons of any powor to beno flt which thoy possess. It tnktw tho ponoral ground, that tho boHt Is the chonpest." Wo ueod noarooly say that ou this plan, the Fbcb Pbp.s is givon by this book (hoo pugo 158) as tlit advortixing inodinni of San Marcos and Hays oomity, it boing the only one on the lid. Wo rospactfully invite tho attention of advortisors, both at homo and abroad, to this fact. ADVERTISING RATES. 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Calls upon candidates, their replies and thoir circulars, and all notices of a personal, character, (if at all odminHiblo into our col umiw), will be charged as advertisements. A cross mark upon tho papor indicates that thn time for which iho subscription was paid has oxpired. All lulvortlsomonts and subscriptions duo in advance. ' , , Any of onr friends would do tis a special favor by oiving us tho names of any per sons within thoir kuowlodgo who would bo likely to subscribe for tho I bee I'bess, so that we may send specimen ooplos to bucIi persons. rw t.nrms for announcinff candidates are f 15 for state and district offlcos, $5 for oounty offlcos, and $3 for precinct and mu- nloipal. Terms, casn. OTWERM. DTREOTORY. OITICIAIi. OOKOnaBKHiH STH niHTKIOTI Hon. t. W. Mooro, of Fayelto County. aaMAToa-iSm Dnrramr: Hon. W.II. HurRoa, o( Guadalupe Co. ar8aiTTJV8 91st nistUKm Hon.Qso. T. Mcdeheo, of Hays Co. Bun. 1. L. BllUon, of CalJwall Co. IIIHTBIOT COOBT 'ilKU DIHTHIOT. Hon. H.Telchmuellpr, PreaidiiiR JuiIro. LaGroiiRe J, il. Delhany. Attorney, AuatlnCo. T1HBB or HOLPINO OODRT. Hati. tat Jtondaya In March and tfoptonibor. Moy oonlluae throe weoke. oouari orricaBS. Hi. 11. Konn, Judge Uounty Court. Jaa.O. Ilurloaon. Plat, and Oounty Clerk. a R tinitriHa. Oount AMorney. Ja A. Wren Shorlff, i. M. Tumor Deputy O.g. Cock, Juatloe of the Foaoo Pre B.A. Vani?U, " " ll.O.Hubba. " " " " I.O.Kowe, " - " " W. W. 8li.ck. So. 1 1 8 I 6 I. H.ratteraon, County Treaoarer. K. S. Portaon, Aaaeasor. Otto Orooa, Hurvoyor. W. L. Owen Cora'r Prootnol Ko. 1 B. A. Vaunhn " H. C. riabbe, " " Pelor Hchmltt. " M " W. Ij. Steel, Conitable precloot IT. 1 i.Nolen, " - 3 iepp Uenaon, " at g 8. K. Stone, " " " Titina or roldivo CooTT a. an Paicmor CoDBTa Couuty Court for Criminal, Civil and Probate baa. nese-eth Vondaya In Jamary, April, July. Oclo- ber, Commlnalonera'Conrt Id Mondaya t February, ay, Augnat and November. Justice Court. Preolnot 5. 1 I.aal Monday In aeh month, at San M arcoa. Freclnot No. Friday In eaeb monin ui'j " " 8 3d Wlmberloy'a Mill. " 4 4th Sat. Dripping 8prln. tow orrtoaaa. Mayer tlammett Hardy. , Cfnn!l W. D. Wood. Q W. Donalaon, OH iohnton, D. A. Glover, Kd. J. t. Oreea, P. i.O mlth, Dan Hofbnaand Wm.Oloian, Marabal J. M, Turner. Ilreet Comtnlaaloner -J. W. Danforth. ronil iiiAta iha flm wtlnadar In facb montn. Public Soheol Trnt-teoe meet flrat Taeaday In each month at the Xayora oflRca. ;iiiti(C'iii:m. ITriODIST. Preacblnf at tha Weliodttl Charch errry Sabbath, B. W. H. H. ni. Pa tor. PanJj Brhool at t a in. 8lnln at 80'cloih p. m. Prayar Martina: an Weanrfdai. Vouag Man'e pray er ineMltie: an Monday slrbt. BAPTIsr. Preaehla at the Baptlal Charch mr Sonday. Bar. W. D. Bererlry, Paator. SaadaySche! at 8-J8 a. at. Toaaa; aaen'a prayer maetlna; Taeaday aiht. Co agregational prajer mrwlnr. Wrdnraday olrht. PHE!IBTT(aiAfl. Serrloea lad and 4th Sandtra aeh atMith. paator. inodaj School arery Sabbath at a- at. Prat rr M'rt ln ertrr Tharaday at 1 10 P, at. All a-a Inrlt'd U attrnd. a S3 CHHIfTIA!. KMff Taawr. oadaj Scaool at a. m. A cardial larlUtlra r tradrd U all monrXTBPISCOP. t Br. J. Oalhrrath. raator. PX-rlora the tad a4 4th Saadaya la each awath. Roaday aehsal arery aday. CATHOUC. arr.lara th f aaday la aach ataih. rather mlth Paeaar. ARBtVAT. ASn PEPARTrBE Of. TO AUD FROM 8AM MARCO PT OrFICK. Malta fraaa) Awtla t-r at - a. a. aa I 3 at ; ela at f. ja a. Sr-. i p. a ! frvat Ittmlt amro at av . aal . at ; tM at ' ia. 1. p. an. alio fra Lachhart arrlta at at p. at,; elaarat Tja at. Lt.iH, arHraai al K -. atae at 11.3a. P. M. atMtvaiU ntTta4 atatt datlr. 'oa. ttintWrt-tn1tK 4r. -ar aa,4 frtdar. ill r a Tana laray. Tkaraday aad .t'tr at . B. ctk a a)a-aat. aral fVtlrrrv tmm 4. W.talf V . a4 fraar P. I.Mt P. M lnt J tn-tw aa" "a a4 aai Sahara aad kh4r r"-a 4rtr. lalrtr er"e ar rlbaa)aB ad aavat tha prtacfpal aata U A oBI4B.F DR. N- M. NYE DENTIST, Johnson Riilldlng, on tho Square. Spociul attention given to Discasea of the Mouth and Facial Neuralgia. Office in Now Urauufola tho lost Saturday in eacn month nirHly BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKERS. GLOVEIt NATIONAL DANK OF Marcos, North Bide Plaza. SAN TJURST NATIONAL DANK of Bon Mar- X' cos, HouthoaHt Cornor Plaza. LA W7ER8. CI B. MoBKIDE, Att'y nnd Land Agent. O . OfUco over First National liuuk, Sun Marcos. NOTARY PUBLIC. IH. JULIAN, Judgo Wood's Now Build . lug, Upstairs. DENTISTS. J. H. COMBS, Judge Wood's Now Building, upstairs. DRUGGISTS. RAYNOLDS Plaza. & DANIEL, North side DRY GOODS & GROCERIES. PT. TALBOT, Next , National Buuk. door to First J OHNSON & JOHNSON, Mitchell Build ing, North side plaza. DAILEY & Plaza. BllO., Southwest Cornor AliCJIITEOT AND BUILDER. 11 8. MACKIN, U. Plaza. Near Northeast corner GROCERIES. W.LEA VELL, South sulo Public Plaza. T IIOMAS TAYLOli East Side Plaza. -JVAHDY & CO., North oido Plaza OLD NEWSPAPERS, for wrnp- pinjr-p(ipcr,25cl00, at this office. Ja.iIJLJ L 1 FURNITURE. T W. NANCE, Southeast Cornor of Pub- lio Sttuare. WA TCIIMAKERS &JK WEL KRS. W. n. BOBBINS, North side Plaza. GROCERIES & HARDWARE. W M. GIESEN, South eido plaza. MILLINERY MltS, KICHARDSON, between First National Bank Buildiug and Nance's ' Fnruituro Storo. SADDLES AND HARNESS. J. K. rOKTEIt, East Sido the Square. Our Clubbing List for 1888. Wa are prepared to club the FREE PBRS9 lo now or renewing ubacrlbr with the following publi cation! ot tie ratoa apeclfled below. If ordnred at the ame time with our papor. In the flrat column we gtvo the rfgular price of each publication alngly, Id the aeoond tha price of tho aamaand the Faia Pb.SH together. Singly. Free Preaa. Anatln Btalotman.. ..i 00 .. I 23 .. 1 00 .. 1 00 .. 8 no f S 86 8 00 1 75 8 00 4 00 8 10 8 10 8 80 8 M a 00 8 50 4 10 a 10 8 10 4 ' 8 5 4 60 8 15 8 --. ft 20 & M 8 5 8 80 8 69 4 0 M 8 '. 8 40 8 75 Galveaton Hewe S. Y. Weokly World St. Loala Republican Jf.Y. Udger Kew Ot leanaTlmea Domccrat ruiville Courier Journal.... . 1 so . 1 no s so 1 w . 1 CO . 1 00 . a is 1 CO . 1 6'J . S M , 4 (Ml . 8 00 . 1 W, . 1 T . 4 00 , 1 00 , 8 00 . 1 M , 00 8 M . 4 00 . 4 , 4 00 8 on . 8 M . 1 M 8 00 1 M M Texaa Btftlnga Farm and Ranch Detroit Frre Preaa Saturday Kvenlng Poat Sew Vork Obaerror Atlanta Conatllutloo. . American Agrlcnllunat Scientitic American Century Magaiiue- St. Bicholaa Barrier 'a Toung People Tonth'a Comnaulun Atlantic Monthly - . Llpplncott'a Hailna KcloctIC nairaiiiMi.... Pbreoolotrlcal Jonrnal Prtenmn'a htagaaina Popular Science Monthly Berper'e Monthly Weekly Baaar Oodry'a Udy'a Book. rwioreat'a Monthly Ralloa'a Haaiaa Itoldra Da J t Oar Little Ona Uuane and fann 8 Ml 8 10 4 8 4 8 40 Kf A v nlhcr IViWt Of Vtrlixli- enl not included in the abort 11. fvr ;ltl at vroitortiomte rah, or or- .ri separately tit pnblUhcrt priot, fret of charge and pottage tind m; all cae. , Thaaaaay loaa eataard hy fallsrea, tbb-ry af and prtty thefta aat af the atails make il abevlot- 1. awjMtrr ta a4 eawaidrrewe ante aj raW. rtltrr4 letter ar draw. ft- ...I .:l .t.ttrstina raraa4 If atW a re.,.ht titae aT rat-rfl'-rr 'alia , 7, tat tkTr. t' r. f pp.lya-r-r.ctJ. I nmr trwavi'tr ca a Wi patr a-rrr JJ-Zr . v.h paHHat-ar bt We aad Isaac H. Julian, NOTARY PUBIJC, SV5 U lRCOS Uim af raajtr'ry aM m ra-tp, erMl raott ERRELT23 ftALD- It TtrqwM olf1f Itt Ihl nlalliU wlllrh mint all wuaumMnd. II flvM tono aud ttrccgUi to lis utorlna onrtna. anil enrrecti danRpmni dlnnlaormimla awl Irr-ularl. Ufa. IiIkoi iirpatvaliiinchaii of llfn. TlMuaool M S at B V.X, l.'U FK J A VK 1ri I 1 n rlr p ;r. tinni'V jrr..fttlv ri.llnvuii tlifl lialua of uiotllvl hixMl and promotea tneftiW reoofury. It astlnta nature i to iafnly maka tiio critical chanra nnniKlrinooa w wnroauliootl. Ittaiilcajaiitto tilaiUai'l niajr na Wua at all time with perfect aafmy. Viteu, 91. J.B.MEJUUkLL UUUU CO. Soliil'rou . ,B r.LOtJIfl. The Bane of Hot Weatheis Thcrq Is no timo that Is looked fop ward to by tho mothers of email child ren, with moro mortal dread, than tin not wcathor of tho suminor months, c poolally ia this tho caso when thcii childron oro toothing. Tho number oi children that areoarrlod away aonuall; by bowel complaint. In Its varloui forms is prodigious. Vet almost over) c&ao could bo cured by proper care ana treatment. During tho past fifteen years, it hns been abundantly proven, that tho worst cases could bo cured and by a remedy within tho reach of all Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera and Diar rhooa Remedy has cured thousands v. Cases, thnt wcro considered hopeless, it has curod thorn after physicians have failed to relieve, it has curod them aftci other mcdiclnos had been tried without boneflt, it has even cured thorn aftci thoy Una become unconcious. It can nlwavs bo doDondod nnon. nnd should bo kept at haud, by every mother oj small children, vhon children are toothing, tho diarrhoea can not be check ed permanently, ns the sanio causo tha produced it will bring It on again, but It cun nnd 6hould bo controlled bv giving Chiimborlain's Colio, Cholera and Diiirrhtra Kcmoily, as thoenso nmy roqtilre. Then when tho child is tlirnllfrrl fnntrtlnrt thn (tlatvhma mnv n effootuully checkod. Tills remedy has Doen tno solo reliance of thousands o! mothers tliroufflioiit the west for over fifteen years, and its euros have shown It to bo the best and most reliable rem cdy ovor produced for rho purposes. When roauood with cold wator and sweetened, it is plonsant to take. Many childron like it. It is put up in 20 ocnt, GO cent and 1 dollar bottles. My child, seven months old. was tnkeo elok with summer complaint. I called on our family physician and procured modioine, and used it for nearly three wooks but still the child continued to cot worse. I was persuaded to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and l)i ftrrhcea liomcdy, and insldo of four days, wo had tho child's bowels regulat ed and In a short time it Was well. Sinco that timo I always keep a bottle Of tho prormrntion in my houso, . X. Motes, Scottsvillo, Kansas. We feel satisfiod that Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is tho best modiclno we handle for all diseases of tho bowels; wo have given it a thorough test. A member of our family, a little girl, had been very sick with bowel complaint, wo had the doctor to see her twico, after giving her what tnedlcino the doctor left and see ing that she would havo to have more we concluded to try Chamberlain's. we i rora the first doso she commenced to mprovo and soon recovered. WESMf s Boy, Per Sam Neemt, liay City, fope ua AU. For Salo by Iiaynolds & Dr.niol. EMS WOffiflNSDlSEASE PLL1REEGULARITIE5 PIULIABL'TD :HER'tEA. 1 and .' Powerful' Tonic. l-.9tlF-TAKEN-DURING-THE ' CHANQE-OT'LUFlla GREAT SUFFERING AND- DANGER WILL BE tWUIU&u. Bradfield'RegulatqrCo ATLAMTA.GA. For wtio by nil DrulstH and Dealers. IX)R ALL DISORDERS OT TKS . Stomach, Liver and Bovess puvEn Spills STRICTLY VEGETABLE. Cnrrrmaf Ipatlori. Indlrtinn. PTrrrTt.pi" rkk Ili-artwbo. I.Ivt C oiiiplalnt. Lo o Ap rtlt'", Hilloiinx. N'orTOUinc. Jnn1l"r. etc For Halo by all Itniri-U. Fiiw, S Cantfc PACIFIC MINUFcCTURIRS CO.. ST. UU!$. KO. CHILIS f! FEVERpS YTiimais"TTMiyrta -r ftpTlV f 80icmcuAi8miIlxt lift tvin i EVER TONIC l a aeyl ar! r "f mM ae4 eaaaa. It il.r-t.ir ' f. . thm r.a.aa t4 Halarta." r, v . avnfaut."W,lCnl j atrPAi 13. aad ' r atl a Iftewej I .., rr rt tltT W tC .. I' -r- U are aa ItrarT-at f ,trr , :- ti 1910. rrnlLp" i"-j;VI TCJICCi, : T.lOiS.lta. VANTED g 9rwr .t ra f-a arra tta rrcimr , r.a a-li a rat-a.a. TAK . TEXAS ; tutifi?r-W a4 n4THr.f Flra-U ,MwrVrA itiatimn (Vf-TIT IHtrT. a.e , Ntf.M''"..t .-r.,. 5 1 p. larrrt. t w- ' Tlio Btur nmps for f loTilnod. Tha inilicatioDB nro that Mr. Clore lnnd will receive a largor imlopomlont or "rautfwunip" oto this yoar than Lo did ia 18S4. Tbo Now York Times hns already declnrocl for tbo St. Louis ticket So tins tho Now York Evening Tost. Tho attitado of Harper's Weekly is very friendly to tho president, and it will very proba bly give him its support. Those great journals donbtloss rcfloct tbo views of a majority of tho indopen- donts of 1334, and also of thoasanefs of men who voted for Blaino, but who havo been bo tnnoh improssod with the wiedoui, vicror and honesty of Cleveland's administration that thoy dosire to sco it oonlinuod in power. The Boston Herald, tho lornling in dependent paper of New Eugland speaking of the mugwumps, snya: They are well disposed toward President Cleveland. He has corao Badly short of all they had hoped from him, of touch thoy hnd a rea sonable right to expect. Yot this does not roriko thorn unnpprccintive of tho good points in his administra tion. They know it hns boon honest and patriotic in intention. Thoy know that it hns boon Btatesmnnliko in tho genornl tono of its foreign and doracBtia policy. Thoy know that it hns met tho question of oxtromo tax ntion and n mischievous surplus as it hns not been mot boforo by any ad ministration Binco tho war. inoy know that it has stood as a gnrdian for tho public treasury against rock' less and profligate schomos for the expenditure of money. Thoy know that thore has not boon a wiser or safor business administration from tho foundation of tho government Again the fact remains that more has been done for civil service roform nndor Mr. Clovolnnd's administration than has ovor boen done boforo. Ho is clearly entitled to such boncfita as may aocruo from tnis. II cue repub lican convention to bo hold filial! proiniso any improvement upon this, it will bo a quostion with civil sorvico reformers whothor they will gain by oaving Mr. Cloveland. Tho Domocratio position on tho tariff question will, in the Heralds opinion, attract ft very largo inde pendent support to its tickot It sys: To tlioso independents who boliovo in tariff reform tho Democratic con vention makes a strong appeal. Iloie its tone is Btronc and decided. If the Republicans take tho reverso action, and present high tariff reso lutions and nominato high tariu can didates, tho course of tariff reformers would soora to be plainly marked out. It may bo, and probably is, that all thoso voters who woro independents four years ago aro not tariff reform ers now. But, on tho other hand, their numbers are likely to bo largely increasod by accessions from tho Re publican ranks on this issue. Tho Republican ground on this tariff quostion has than far bean a distinctly bourbon ground. There is not a symptom of liberality in it. It is against tho faith of tho founders of tbo party; it is against tho policy of its leaders in the days that followed the war. It is so en tirely reactionary that no progressive man can have part in it. if it it is persisted in, it will alienate thousands of indedenpents now on other grounds woll affoctod toward tho party. Tarty Politics. "James," said tho 'horror stricken wife ns her husband came slowly limp iog in with ono arm in a sling, his jaw tied np, one eyo bandaged aDd the largest nose on Ins face suo uaa ever soon, "wnat in tuo world is tue mattei-T What acoidont has happen ed to you?" "Nancy, mumbled Jamc3, wuo bad just returned from a quiet Dem ocratic primary in tho eleventh ward, go to bed. What in tuundor do you know about politics?" 1 aa et-aQH tea a The CrBt of tho family ot tho IIo- hcnzollcrns, it is suid, achieved great ness during tho feudal agos by hold ing a mountain pass, and exacting tnbute from all who traveled that way. Tho grace-oI-God kings can generally be traced back to robber barons. Even the name king comes ' from tho two words meaning "able 1 man" or "strong man." Why should I not an imperial dynasty bo formed J from the fnmili'.-fl of thoeo who, not j having any mountim passoa to mo ! nopolize, havo taken in chargo inch I portable articles as tho poople need as we.I s.s k!I tho nrah'.c IandT There is paid to bo only one pnrviv- or of a cno powrrful triba of Indians (in Catlifornix VLcn La dies thi lan- giiagfl sp. ken by the tribo will become czi.net. Rlnilnjt KoUf la rho ara, armrtlmoa rnartna. trsnjrtf arwwl. are eawa i nUrrti. that ewV lrm:y aUaiTraaUa' as. a try eraajunn Otanaaav La a! aaraHt rar awlrt atoai rraj!t fraaa rUn. rinaala aarirrD!a, Uaa frro8 Mnral imt.hr. la a -SiUf f a-faafti ta natj l txia tut, tlr at ruTa ty fi'Sr U Mm. It poa aa.?rr rraaa eatarr. V) OtnaTi ftaraatara. Cat tawla ajaaOXUaa, Tho Old Reaper. Amelia E, Parr, in Indrpendtnt. 'Mid tho brown-haired and tbo klack-balrod man, With ruddy fitroo r1ow, Tbo old mon otood la tbo harveol field. With a bond aa wbito on mow. "Lot mo cnt ft ibouf, my boyo," bo snltl, "Uoforo it ia timo lo go," Thoy pnt tbo Kklo within bio band: lio bowed to tbo windy wheat; rioonnntly foil tbo golden ears, Willi tho corn llowora at bt foot. TJo lifted a handful tliouKbtfnllyt it woo H')o ana rail ana awoot. Jfany and many ahoaf," ho mid, "I Imvo out lu tho years Bono post; And man;- and many a about thcio arms, On tho harroflt waiuo havo onat. Dot, obildren donr, I am weary now, And 1 thiuk thin it-tUo last "Lot me roat awhilo benantb tbo tree; For I like to watoh vou co. With alcklea brlubt through tbo rlno, full wheat, And to fool tbo froah wind blow." And thoy aprood thoir worklna conta for him 'Mong tbo firosioa awoot and low, When tho sun grow high thoy rnme Again,' For a drink nud tboir bread aud moot: Aud lu tho ahndow ho aloeplng lay. with tbo Biinshir.eon Inn foot. Like a child at niijlit, outspont with play, uo lay in sinmuer bwooi. When they enmo nRnin ho fnlntly said: "I bavo oroeHMl tuo moadow stylo. My work is done; 'tis noarly dark; I Hlmll rom h littio wuiio." That night it was hurvont home with him; Uut bo went away with a smlio. One Standard for Bolh Sexos. Jomah Allon's children havo boon brought up to think that run of any kind is ns bad in a innn as in a worn rjri; and that any place of ainusoment that was bad for a woman to go to was bad for a man. Now whon Thomas Jo (Tors on was a ittlo chap he was bewitchod to go to circuses, ana Joeiau said : "Cotter let him go, Samantha; it hain't no place for winimon and girls, but it won t hurt a boy. Says I; "Josiah Allen, the Lord mado Thomas Jofforson with just as pure a hoart ns Tirzah Ann, and no biggor ears and oyes, and if Thomas goes to tho circus Tirzah Anngoos too. That stopped thnt. And then lio was bewitchod to get with other boys that smoked and chewod tobacco, and Josiah was just that easy turn that he would havo let him go with tuem. But says I : "Josiah Allen, if Thomas Jefferson goes with thbso boys and gots to uhowin' and smokin' tobacco, I shall buy Tirzah Ann a pipo." And that stopped that. And about annum , Baysl, "i'liom- as Jofforson, if it should be tho will of lJrovidonco to cuango you into a wild boast I will chain you up and do the best I can by you. But if yon ovor do it youraolf, turn yourself into u wild beast by drinkin', I will run away; for I novor could stand it, nov- ! Aud, I continued, "and il lover soe you hangin' 'round bar-room and tavern duora, Tirzah. Anu shall hang too." ' Josiah argnod with mo. Says ho : "It doesn't look so bad for a boy as it docs for a girl." Says I: ''Custom makes tho tUHcr- enco; wo aro moro used to sooing mon. But," says I, "when liquor goes to work to raako a fool and a brute of any body, it don't stop to ask about tho sex, it makes a wild beast and an idiot of a man or woman, nnd to look down from hoavon, I guess a man looks as bad laying dead drunk as a woman does. Say3 1: "Things look difforontly from up thore than what thoy do to us it s a moro sightly place. And you talk about looks, Josiah Allen. I don't go on clear looks but on prin ciple Will tha Lord say to mo in tho last day, 'Josiah Allen's wife, how is it with the soul of Tirzah Ann aa for Thomas Joffersou's soul, he boin' a boy. it hain't of no account'? No! shall havo to give nn account to mm for my doalin's witk both those soul 1, malo and fuin&lo. And I should feol guilty if I brought him up to think that what was impure for a woman was miro for a nmn. If a mon has a greator desire to do wrong which I a. a T 1 - wou t dispuic, says 1, looking onto Joainh "ho has groater strength to resist temptation. AnJ bo," Bay I. in mild accontu, but ns firm as old Plymouth rock, "if Thomas J. hangs, Tirzah Ann hangs too." I have brought Thomas Jefferson up to think that it was just as bad for hira to Iwton.to a bad story or song as for a girl, or worso, for ho hod mora strongth to run awuy, and that it was a dicgraca for him to listen to any stuff that ho would be ashamed ! to have lirzau Ann or mo to noar. l Another recent ill fated example of havo brought him up to think that fB(.kloiencM waa exhibited bycx Gov manliness diJn t constat m having ; ern3r Tjboimcr, who, tempted by cigar in his mont and his hat on u,ia balra wcathcrof Savannah, Ga, ono aide, and swearing, and slang phrases, and a knowlodgs of ques tionable amusemonU, but in laying holt of every duty that romes tt him with a brave heart and a cheerful fac, and helping lo right the wrong, and nrotcct tbo woak. and mVini tlio moft as 1 best of the min i and sonlj GoJ hath given him. Ia abort I i Lave Lroight kite an to think Ibitl rnntv eni virtao ore both foraiiiiao and miavaline, and that Gi sangoi.jlivloutdxr ondcr aa omhreila aH are not oefwaarily all aha cnoe. be-! but winter, even wbra ILe t&ermorne matti. Allen- 1 trr toucLed 22 degrees Ulow rero. Married by rroxy. Spocial to tho Globo Democrat , KaolrPass, Tex., June 19. Yes tcrday morning at 7 o'clock Sonor G. (jazconenvo, tha Consul of the Mexican Ropublio at this city, was married by proxy in Graveinecbor, Luxembourg, to Mies Marie Holza- man. Tho marringo wni solemnized in duo form and ceremony, a friend of Sonor Cuzooneuvo, with full writ- ton authority, standing in his place, and a speedy cablegram apprisod tho happy benedict of the accomplished fact During his etav in Hngla i'aes as tho representative of tho Mexican government Mr. Onzoononvo has bo- corao a gonoral favorite both for Lis urbano manners and his strict atten tion to business, together with a woll cultivated mind and nn extendod knowledgoof tho literature of all countries. Tho Mexican government evinces groat discernment in Bonding so able a man to represent tuom on this important frontier whore his tal onts ns a linguist stand hira in good stead. English, Gorman. Fronob and Spanish ho is equally at home with, wtilo bis scholarly ability and culti vated tastes art) evor a passport to the .best society. Mr. Cazeonenve ontortnined soveral of Lis intimate frionds at tho Consulate Inst night whon, after an elegant din nor, and whon tho chnmpngno waa sparkling in tho glasses, he announced to them tho important step bo was about to tnko. Among the guost were: Man uel M. Banchos, Administrator of tho Picdras Nogras custom houso; J. 0. Wilsdon, oditoof tho Times, Ilioion- tndo; Joso U. Serrof, and Frank Dil lon. Tlio JIutos Croato a Sensation. As tho City of Now Urloans was noaring tho wharf at Baton Rouge negro deck hands, who hnd no ver soen any ono nso tho sign languago, were immonsoly amusod at Professor Goodwin standing on tho wharf and talking to Dr. Gilletto on tho boat Bomo distance in tho river. "Good Lawd, boys, soa dat man dar, jes a tariu nissolf tu piecosi "Whot do dobbil ho doin ( "Golly, ho crazy." "Who's ho shakin' Lis fiV at any how?" . "Oh, he's throwin' kisses at soino gal np in do cabin." "Good hoben, boys jos look at do doctor up dar!" "Ho s shakin his lis too, and trow- in dora kissos back. "What's doy doin' anyway!" "W'y, doy's a t,alkin'." "Talkin', dickonsl- Doy's coin' to fight." "I toll you deys talkm . "Woll, don't dat boat all! now doos doy do 'ora." "Git out ol do way. dar; lot rao boo too. Do dobbil am on dis boat Bho . "Jerusalom! Jos see littio Philip. He's talkin' dat way too." Tho bont landed, nnd the darkies witnossod tho mooting oi Professor Goodwin and Dr. Gillotto and the in troduction that followed with the most iutense intoro&t and amazement Deaf Mute Advance. , 8 i I Examplos to Avoid. In the words of tbo poet, "the lives of great men all romind us wo can make our own sublimo," but ' of late wo are reminded by tho doings of great mon that thoy may as carelessly trifle with tboir leaso of life as ordi nary folks. In the early part of April ex-Senator Conkling was for maay days making a close fight with death and finally sucoumbed to inflamma tion of tho oar, resulting from expos ure to the blizzard of March 12. Ho was a robust man, rathor beyond tbo primo of life, who doubtless exulted in tho vigorous, long walk he took in the faco of the storm, but it was a very incautious and impolitic thing for him to do, putting him on a par with those poople who are not crodited with sense enough to come in when t rains. From across tho sea tho ca bio brings tho nowa of tho death of Matthow Arnold, an liOghsn poet at the age of sixty-six, from disoaso of tho heart. He was aware of bis weak hoart having been cautioned by his physician not to indnlgo in any sod den or sovere exertion, but in a too happy mood, and fooling his cats at it were, he ran and jurapod a fonce and soon fell dead. It ia quito prob able that hnd ho beon content to live an old man, he might bavo livod ten yoars longer. Very few are built on the one homo chaiso principle and those of ua who would livo leug and nroancr would do well to learn our iimitation8 ftnj ijTe within them about the Crat of April, went driving without an overcoat, and waa taken wtb pneumonia and dil in few diya Thus quickly waa tbo life snuff ed oat of a nun of robust body, largo I frame and vigoroas constitution, jtboagb at the timo a little below par ; from overwork. Dr. Footo'e If callhy Monthly. Al Tilton I1L. tUre wu a man wao Rev, Dr. Straight of Hath, Eng., haa ourato namod Crooked. George W. Westinghouso who made a fortune out of tho air brake, is to build a $1,000,000 houso at Len ox, mass. aMaaaiBaaajBaMalMBaBaJajaBaMBaja Strawberries ore always quoted al so much "por box." This ia wolL Tha box should not bo overlooked. Bur lington Free Proe. Lord . Stanley of Preston, Lord Lnnsdowne's successor as Oovornor- General of Canada, leaves England on June 14, for the Dominion. Edwin Gonld, the socond eon of Jay Gonld, has bought a seat in the Now York Stock Exohango. The price is said to have been $20,000, Ono of the oldost Free Masons ia the country is Col. Edwr rl Gunnor, of San Franciso, who took his first degree eevonty-ono years ago. ' ' Cancer of tho throat with a com plication of other troublos in tho same direction was the causo of omporor Frederick's death. Goorgo Konnan's Siberian paper ia tho July Contnry will be called the "Steppes of tho Irtish," and it will in clude an acoountof a loug ride in an out-of f he-way part of Siberia, among tho Eirghis and the Tartars. ' A Connecticut milkman lost ten cows in one night The .flooring of the stable gave way and the cows, which wero fastonod by halters to . upright post, wore banged by the nock until doad. "Well. Johnny, how's tho new school? Are you head of your cIbbb?" "No, papa, not oxactly." "Why, how's that?" "I couldn't be, because tho other boys aro."r-narpor'B Young People. ' ' ' Thero is a msn in YankoobnBU, Pa., who has two eggs laid by a Plymouth Itock hen, ono of them measuring 8 inchos long and 6 inches round, tho othor 8 inches long and Cj . Inohos round. Tho ancient proverb says: "Yoa cannot got moro out of a bottla than yon put in it." That is an error. Be sidos what ho puts in it, he can get ft hoadnoho, a sick stomach and perhaps ten days in the lockup. Western Druggist. . The reunion at Gettysburg will be romombcred in the July Century by the publication of a short artiolo de-, scrip tivo of the reunions of the Blub and Gray which havo taken place within toe last few years. A poem ' by an ex confederate soldier, entitled "The High Tide at Gettysburg,"wilJ bo printed in this number. r Thore was a sceno in tho Brooklyn taboinaole Sunday morning, the 20th ult., whioh was noteworthy. Dr. Tal mage roso in his pulpit aud remarked that the world-famous singor. Miss Emma Abbott, was in tho audionco, and invitod her to sing. The actress responded by singing "Nearer my God to Theo," and aftor the sermon sho sang, "Ouide me, Oh Thou Great Jehovah," in tlio presence of tbo au dionco of C000 persons. Ft. Worth. Gazotto. Rov. Canovin of the Catholie church says: "The ovil of intemporanco is tho only sin that oan destroy man's nature. It is the only sin that can get into his blood. The assassin or tho robber when dying retain their senflos and call upon God to forgive him; but a drunkard, dyjng in his sin, cannot, lie uas lost an ma senses and answers his summons in a drunken stupor. St Paul tolls ns us in languago that cannot bo mista ken that no drunkard shall inherit the kingdom.of heaven.' " Tho General Methodist Conference bos declared unequivocally in favor of "completoj legal prohibition" as the proper plan of tempcranco roform. Politicians wbrrroly for success upon tho Methodist vote and there are good many of them who cAnnot Lope to succocd without it will do wttii to cancel the contracts they have made with the saloons for the com ing campaign, and begin lo lot it be understood that they are not ao vio lently opposed to "sumptuary legisla tion as they wero a suorl time ago. Globe-Demot rat The single land tax of Henry Georgo may never be accepted in tbi country as the correct ay item of taxtlion, bat there is one thing cer tain that when the people come to understand tho land qnetion better, the speculator and the land monopo list will heve to go. No raan ebould be allowed lo bold more land than be can nac, aed when all land now held for apeculative pnrpoaee ia taxed to its fall value, land eynLcatee will fiaJ it more profitable to invest their money ia eomothiog else. Tbe reoect dari-lot-mroU of the great land aUaUo in the Weal Lave opoal tbe paUie eye, and the land refenaer ia not eall I "crank" tvw aa cflea ae forTAarir. Southern IoJoalry.